Surplus room in each frame is filled out with solid E-Blocks.
Surplus room in each frame is filled out with solid E-Blocks. Called spares, they bear the designation A/0. The copper sheet forms contact between surrounding blocks and the frame. E-Blocks are referred to by their width, followed by the designation /0 (indicating solid). Thus a E-Block with a width and height of 15 mm is referred to as 15/0. The length of E-Blocks is always 60 mm.
Special and larger modules can be made to order.
E-blocks comply to grounding and bonding standards.
-CSA Std. C22.2 No. 4.1 - Grounding and Bonding Equipment
-CSA Std. C22.2 No. 18.3 - Conduit, Tubing and Cable Fittings
-CSA Std. C22.2 No. 182.3 - Special use attachment plugs, receptacles and connectors (as a guide)
-UL Std. 467 - Grounding and Bonding Equipment
-UL Std. 514B - Conduit, Tubing and Cable Fittings
-UL Std. 1977 - Component Connectors for use i Data, Signal, Control and Power applications
GR/DWC-34/01/SEP 2007 & RDSO/SPN/204/2011
HL 1, HL 2, HL 3
MCT Brattberg E-Spareblock
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To achieve the highest standard of safety, a cable or pipe transit must be installed correctly. As there are many different types of frame – which may be either welded, bolted or glued into position – and insert block, it is essential that installers known when to use the most appropriate installation method.
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